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2 Grand Canal Square: William Fry to occupy about 9,290sq m (100,000sq ft)

Leading law firm William Fry is expected to complete legal contracts shortly which will allow it to relocate to a high quality office building beside (...)

Derek Douglas, a painter with Dublin City Council, restores the council’s fruit and vegetable market in the north inner city. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

The Victorian fruit and vegetable market in Dublin’s north inner city is to be redeveloped as a continental-style food market more than a decade since(...)

The Grouse Lodge recording studios in Westmeath

As Paddy Kelly digs in on sun-soaked Malta, his son’s former business partner is still battling away back home. The entertainment entrepreneur Paddy D(...)

Pearse O’Neill: survivor from 2010 victory over Dublin.

In the three years since they last played in the football championship the winds of fortune may have shifted in Dublin’s favour, but there will still (...)

 Cork manager Conor Counihan and Galway manager Alan Mulholland shake hands after the game. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

A handshake under the Cusack Stand. “You coming racing?” asks Alan Mulholland. “No,” Counihan replies, “but I’ll be giving you a ring to get one good (...)

Seán Armstrong of Galway challenges Cork’s Graham Canty during their All-Ireland SFC Qualifier game at Croke Park.  Photograph:  Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Cork 1-17 Galway 1-16 Saved by experience and muscle memory, Cork immediately lose such advantages for the repeat of the 2010 All-Ireland semi-final a(...)

Ten Corkmen fail to keep Michael Meehan’s late free out of the net but it wasn’t enought for Galway. Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho

Cork 1-17 Galway 1-16: Saved by experience here, Cork will not be able to tap into that advantage when facing Dublin in a repeat of the 2010 All-Irel(...)

There is yet more bad news for Paddy and Simon Kelly, according to new documents. This time, a company called Trio Investment Trust has registered a j(...)

David Farrell’s Clare, from An Archaelogy of the Present, part of the exhibition Uncertain State at the Gallery of Photography, Dublin

These days, everyone is a photographer. Digital imaging technology, the internet and social media have hyper-accelerated a tendency towards convenienc(...)

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